Bafe would like to wish all Muslims around the world Selamat Hari Raya , Maaf Zahir & Batin . May your family showered with health and prosperity . Have joyous Raya everyone !
Bafe would like to wish all the fathers around the world a Happy Fathers Day . A son first hero , a daughter first love will always be the father . Have an awesome day with your loved ones !
Nuzul Al-Quran is the remembrance to the occurrence where Prophet Muhammad received his first revealation in the Cave of Hira during one of his isolated retreats to the mountains . Wishing all Muslim a happy Nuzul Al-Quran day this Ramadhan. Have a blessed one!
Last night, 8th June 2017, a whole Bafe members had a chance to enjoy Iftar Ramadhan together with three Directors of Bafe. At Bafe, entertain our people is one of our objective, thus we decided to gratify our people who still work at their best during fasting month. Such a great moment for Bafe’s Staffs and Interns to listened to the amazing journey from all Directors and shared their experience in the world of work.
We enjoyed our dinner last night, yet we sadly announced that yesterday also became the farewell dinner for one of our Interns, Meutia. She will fly back to her hometown Indonesia next week. Thank you for interning with us for 4 months and hope you learned a lot while you’re here. Best of luck!
Marhaban Ya Ramadhan! BAFE would like to wish all Muslims from around the world Happy Ramadhan. Wishing you 1 month of Ramadhan, 4 weeks of blessing, 30 days of forgiveness, 720 hours of guidance and 43200 minutes of purifications. Have a peaceful and Happy Ramadhan!
Welcoming five new members of Bafe today! Joining us at the kick-off of JBK Hackathon last Friday, these awesome peeps are from the 1Malaysia Training Scheme (SL1M) where they had went through a one-month big data analytics and soft skills training. They will be undergoing their on-the-job training here at Bafe for the next six months.
Joining a startup company like Bafe is once-in-a-lifetime deal because the trainees will be working on their own projects where the opportunities to self-develop are huge and invaluable. There are so much to learn from the staffs, interns as well as the works that we are doing. Thank you for join us and we hope that six months from now, you can proudly say that you have “graduated” from the academy of Bafe.
Happy Labor Day to everyone who is of working age population!
In 2016, we have over 21 million Malaysians in the category of working age population (15-64 years old), according to the Department of Statistics Malaysia. Of those, almost 70% (14.7 million) are actively working or seeking to work. These are the people that are working shifts, double shifts, one full time job, two or more jobs, and the ones that are working even today. The report also said that a large chunk of the Gen Y or millennials (25-34 years old) group are the highest participants of the labour market, signifying a healthy future to the nation as these are the people who are hungry for success and to prove themselves. It’s like the old adage “youths are the future leaders.”
At Bafe, the oldest staff is the boss Syahir who just turned 28 last week and the average age of all staffs is roughly 24 years old. With a very young team, we believe in training and developing talents from scratch to grow with the company together, all the while proving that youngsters are hardworking and visionary. Believe in your team as you believe in yourself as everyone has got to start somewhere, eh?
Anyway, this weekend we joined the NASA Space Apps Challenge Kuala Lumpur and managed to get into the top 30 from hundreds of challengers. Write “more” on the Facebook comment if you want to know more about it. Thanks and happy holidays!
Congratulations to Sultan Muhammad V for his installation as the 15th Yang di-Pertuan Agong today. Daulat Tuanku! May your reign be peaceful and prosperous to the nation.
We have always asked ourselves a simple question, “How come something as basic as home security system costs a fortune?” That did not make sense to us because if it is too expensive, only the elitists can afford to have proper systems for their home security. How about others who can’t afford tens of thousands of ringgit to install a comprehensive system to monitor their homes? How about the average Ali, Muthu and Ah Hock like you and I? Do we leave our home unprotected and vulnerable?
Realizing this problem, whilst we are still in the development period for our own home security device, Jagase—we are looking to launch it by early 2018—we decided to collaborate with an overseas security firm to bring in equally impressive home security system products for the Malaysian market. As a result, Bafe has successfully launched a side project called Forcecapt Electronics in our sincere hope to provide more quality & affordable electronic products to Malaysians.
So, what is Forcecapt Electronics?
Forcecapt Electronics is committed to providing quality electronic products at an affordable price for fellow Malaysians. Its main target market is for people who are looking for home security system products but have limited budgets. Think of Forcecapt’s products as having the quality of European goods with Malaysian pricing. Check it out here. Thus far, the first product is a smart camera that acts like a CCTV as its basic function and is called Forcecapt Beam—as in having some sort of a “beam of lights” that can be controlled and adjusted remotely to help monitor homes while owners are away.
Forcecapt Beam allows remote controlling of the camera via a smartphone through a mobile application called the Eye4. This feature is especially useful for frequent travellers who always leave their homes unattended because they can have full awareness of what is happening in their homes anywhere and anytime. Besides, with instant notification upon motion detection, such travellers do not have to check the Eye4 application every single time to see if there are intruders inside the house. Instead, Beam will notify users of suspicious motions.
In addition to the abovementioned benefits, Beam also boasts the following features:
- Infra-Red Control: You can turn off your AC and TV remotely using your smartphone via the Eye4 application. Watch this video to see how it works.
- 1080p Image and Video: Capture high-quality pictures and watch smooth video with Forcecapt Beam.
- Two-way voice: You can Listen and Talkback through the device via your smartphone to communicate with your families anytime, anywhere.
- Pan and tilt control: Capture more areas of coverage as you tilt your device to any degree you want using your smartphone. Say no to blind spots and yes to comprehensive coverage.
- Motion Detection: We mention this again just to check whether you have been reading the article.
- Infrared Night Vision: Beam infrared night vision can see through the dark just as good as during the day.
- Offline Recording: Beam can still record even without having network access.
- Multi-platform: Supports up to 4 users viewing the camera simultaneously from a smartphone or a tablet.
- Plug & Play: Just plug Beam into a power socket and you can use it straight away.
- Simple installation: Follow three simple steps to start monitoring your home.
Receptions so far
After a few weeks of launching, we received quite a welcoming response from Malaysians through our social media especially on Facebook and Whatsapp. There were people from throughout the country enquiring about the device and wanting to replace their current static CCTV camera system. They have to buy more than one Forcecapt Beam but according to them, it is worth it as they will have the flexibility to monitor their homes from anywhere.
We took the feedbacks as a motivation to strive even harder to giving Malaysians more quality electronic products. God willing, after Forcecapt Beam, we will be launching a second prouduct that compliments Beam as its basic function and more. Wait for it!
At Bafe, we create better things for your future. Get better home security camera starting from today with Forcecapt Electronics. Check out Forcecapt’s social media for more information: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. For further inquiries, either pm us or whatsapp Forcecapt at 019-6477247. Thank you!
Institute for Public Health (IPH) is one of the research institutes which focuses on public health research. under the National Institutes of Health, Ministry of Health. In line with the restructuring of health care system of Malaysia towards 1 Care, IPH will strengthen its research capacity to support the Ministry of Health in the planning of the health care delivery for the country. We were tasked to create an interactive web application for a Survey Creation System (SCS) where IPH can automate the process of asking for feedbacks post-service.
- Interactive Web Application
- Mobile Application (iOS and Android App Development)
- Front & Back End Development
- Product Branding